Let's figure out how much our Sun bends starlight according to ToEbi. We have all the needed initial figures.

- Mass of Sun: kg
- Photon mass: kg (Planck constant which in reality is photon mass)
- (Stellar) rotation frequency of Sun: 1/s
- Sun's radius: m

By integrating over 500 seconds we get pretty much the half of the impulse deflecting starlight.

Hence the total impulse J and deflection angle is then

Which gives rad, however, the measured angle is rad. So, according to ToEbi, Sun's gravitational influence per se doesn't bend starlight as much as observed. There have to be another mechanism also behind the observed deflection.

Let's focus on atomic level interaction between matter and light. What we are looking for is a phenomenon where we observe the bending of light without dispersion like behaviour where the amount of bending depends also on light's wavelength. I will write a paper of its own regarding this matter or write a chapter into future Introduction to ToEbi.